SewerAI Executes Partner Network Agreement With Esri & Expands Offering Into Utility Mapping Space

February 7, 2024
SewerAI
ESRI

SewerAI, California-based creators of AutoCode™ and PIONEER®, have finalized a Partner Network Agreement with ESRI

Walnut Creek, CA — SewerAI Corporation has executed a Silver Partner Network Agreement with Esri, enabling it to leverage Esri’s powerful ArcGIS Online (AGOL) platform for its rapidly growing customer base, adding further insight, functionality, and value from the approximately 4,000 miles of sewer and stormwater data currently under management within the SewerAI cloud-based platform PIONEER.

Esri ArcGIS is a widely used geographic information system (GIS) platform in the water sector, and a significant portion of water utilities across the world use it to manage and analyze their asset and assessment data, particularly as it relates to CCTV inspection programs. According to Christa Campbell, Esri’s Director of Industry Solutions: Water, “visualizing [sewer CCTV] inspection information in ArcGIS helps our customers improve efficiency and data quality.”

A noticeable trend has emerged where more and more water utilities are transitioning from on-prem (local) use of Esri’s tools into AGOL, which is consistent with the continued acceptance of cloud-based offerings for infrastructure data management such as SewerAI’s. A unique aspect of PIONEER’s new GIS Maps offering is rooted in its scalability by easily integrating and leveraging these new types of open GIS maps within PIONEER, particularly to the benefit of sewer services contractors, and smaller sewer utilities and engineering firms, whereas most legacy inspection software vendors’ current GIS offerings have not focused on these customer segments.

SewerAI’s dual offering of its AutoCode AI computer vision tools and its PIONEER cloud-based platform enables wastewater utilities to extend the Remaining Useful Life (RUL) of their assets by reducing field inspection costs, accelerating throughput in data collection and analysis workflows, and contributing to an elevation in the quality, accuracy, and consistency of condition assessment data.

Matt Rosenthal, Co-Founder and CEO of SewerAI shared that “SewerAI continues to innovate at a speed never before seen in the industry. We couldn’t be happier to expand our partnership with Esri, and we look forward to continuing to provide the most advanced technology ever created for the industry.” 

Co-Founder and CRO Billy Gilmartin IV added that “achieving Esri Silver Partner Network status puts SewerAI at the forefront of resolving major issues within not only wastewater, but other overlapping critical infrastructure as well.” 

SewerAI’s dual offering of the award-winning AutoCode  AI computer vision tools and its PIONEER cloud-based platform enables wastewater utilities to extend the Remaining Useful Life  (RUL) of their assets by reducing field inspection costs, accelerating throughput in data collection and analysis workflows, while contributing to an elevation in the quality, accuracy, and consistency of condition assessment data.

About Esri

Esri is the global leader in geographic information system (GIS) technologies. Its ArcGIS platform is a software suite used for creating and using maps, compiling geographic data, analyzing mapped information, and sharing and discovering geographic information to inform decision-making, enabling water utilities to efficiently manage their infrastructure, improve service delivery and asset management, analyze and visualize data to support better decision-making, and collaborate effectively with stakeholders.

About SewerAI

Formed in 2019, SewerAI provides wastewater condition assessment services using AutoCode™ which is a computer vision technology that automatically identifies conditions in sewer inspection video. SewerAI’s industry-leading cloud platform for inspection data management, PIONEER, is also being leveraged by a growing number of sewer utilities, services contractors, and consulting engineers who have chosen to innovate by leveraging AI and cloud computing to lower inspection costs, accelerate processes, and render higher quality data that drives strategic asset planning. For more info, contact SewerAI, or go here to try PIONEER™ for free.

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